The NTCI Foundation organizes a number of small events each year in addition to the major reunions:
- 100th Anniversary
- 90th Anniversary
- Other year reunions
If you are – and have editing experience – the North Toronto Foundation, the voice of NTCI’s alumni needs your help! We are in need of an alumnus interested in joining the Board’s Communications Team to take on the responsibility of being our editor. Formal training as a copy editor is preferred as responsibilities include ensuring … Continue reading Are You a Whiz with Words?
This impressive trophy was awarded to young women for Proficiency and Leadership in Athletics. First presented in 1939, it was last awarded in 1975. The origin of the trophy is a bit of a mystery. The inscription reads that it was presented to N.T.C.I. for Proficiency and Leadership in Athletics. It might have been donated … Continue reading The Ostrander Trophy
As an important part of the school’s legacy, North Toronto C.I. is fortunate to have a large collection of trophies, plaques and awards. Many of these artifacts, recognizing the varied achievements of NT students, are found in the school’s Archives Room. In a recent visit to NT, Nancy Baines, the Foundation’s archivist and a member … Continue reading We Have Trophies!
Robert James LeRoy, one of Canada’s foremost theoretical chemists and a North Toronto grad, passed away August 10, 2018, at the age of 74. The second of four brothers, all of whom attended NTCI between 1955 and 1967, Bob was a keen and talented student. His brother John (’67) recalled: “I remember in his final … Continue reading Robert (Bob) LeRoy (’61) (1943-2018)
Betty Bealey Laureateship in English ($300.00): Anastasia Zaritovskaya Gibbons Award in French ($500.00): Mahshad Jalali Farahani Hal Brown “Triple A” Award ($300.00): Marco Pannozzo Kerr Trophy for Young Women ($500.00): Eloise Cockett NTCI Foundation Centennial Scholarship ($500.00): Eric Yuyitung R.R.H. “Bud” Page Valedictory Prize ($300.00): Eloise Cockett Senator Keith Davey Award ($625.00): Emily Sakaguchi Sifton … Continue reading Scholarship Winners: Commencement 2018
Remembrance Day, originally known as Armistice Day, commemorates the end of the First World War on November 11, 1918. While the original reason for the event took place 100 years ago, its observance has taken on new meaning with each armed conflict involving Canadian soldiers – most recently Afghanistan. While most alumni will recall an … Continue reading North Toronto CI Commemorates Remembrance Day
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All NT Alumni are invited to attend to this year’s Annual Homecoming. Be sure to mark your calendars and check out the schedule of events. Thursday, October 11th: NTCI’s Red and Grey Day followed by Pub Night 1:00–4:00 pm attend Red and Grey Day’s afternoon sporting events light refreshments served in the second floor Staff … Continue reading NTCI’s Second Annual Homecoming: October 11-13, 2018
This past summer, Ron Wakelin, Co-chair of the North Toronto Foundation, received a delightful letter from Dr. Richard Van Praagh (’47), Harvard Professor Emeritus, Harvard Medical School that was written on letterhead from Boston Children’s Hospital. The following excerpts are from Dr. Van Praagh’s correspondence. I graduated from NTCI in 1947 (I’m 88 now). I … Continue reading Richard Van Praagh (’47)
Bud’s obituary was simple – “Charles “Bud” Hill was born on July 12, 1929 and passed away on May 3, 2018”. No doubt somewhere along the line, Bud had told his family that he wanted nothing fussy, “just the facts, man”. However, in between the day he came into the world and the day he … Continue reading Charles Albert “Bud” Hill, NT Staff (‘62-’69) (1929-2018)